In Case You Missed It, The New Rebecca Black Makes Her National TV Debut

November 15, 2012 / Posted by:

Paying the Barbizon of music, Ark Music Factory, thousands of dollars to turn your tween daughter into the next Rebecca Black is one thing, but pulling your tween daughter out of school so she can perform the song live on national television is a serious case of child abuse. For the past 6 nights, I’m sure most of you woke up in the middle of the night, mumbling the words “the turkey ay… mashed potatoes ay” as cold sweat drips into your mouth and that’s because of Nicole Westbrook’s ear worm of a song “Thanksgiving.”

Nicole Westbrook was on Access Hollywood Live today to “sing” her ode to turkey with that grown man rapper who is also the owner of Ark. Nicole’s song is actually the perfect theme song for Thanksgiving, because if you speed it up and play it backwards, it will sound exactly like the massacre of thousands of Native Americans.

I can’t with any of this, but I really can’t with Billy Bush. The dancing at the 3:15 mark is not cute even as a joke. There’s a reason why there’s several stools and chairs on that set. It’s so Billy Bush can have a seat and refrain from busting out moves of any kind. And Billy Bush’s stupid ass just had to tell Nicole Westbrook that she was going to be a star. That’s not surprising. Billy Bush is made of recycled Teddy Ruxpin parts and Teddy Ruxpin was, is and will always be a LIAR! I mean, he told me we were always going to be friends and where is his ass now? Exactly. Teddy Ruxpin is nothing but a deadbeat talking toy.

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